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Starter fuse under the hood keeps blowing....the factory deck was replaced by a new deck...every since then the ignition fuse keeps blowing..

My car didnt start blowing the starter fuse until the factory radio was taken out and a new radio was put in...why does the starter fuse keep blowing

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Hi I have a 2002 blazer my crank fuse in my truck keeps blowing I put a new fuse in and after a week it blows again what's doing this

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The fuse is always blown due to overload fuse, check the rating of fuse is it the same as the original fuse?.

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The new radio install is causing this if the power was taped into the starter system. rec. removing wires then try to see if you can blow your starter fuse

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    ive changed the key harness 3 times it keeps blown the engine fuse

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